For Monday’s At Home With the Robertsons, the truth stars gathered collectively buddies from their neighborhood in Monroe, La., to speak about COVID-19 vaccines with Dr. Michael Ayers, a heart specialist who has been on the frontlines throughout the pandemic. Some folks within the group are distrustful with regards to getting vaccinated whereas others, like Willie, have already gotten it.
“I am distrustful of big companies. Some,” Willie defined. “‘Cause I’ve seen them do stuff in the past. However, I will say, I’m totally vaccinated. At the end of the day I’m like, ‘Hey, I’ve seen millions of people get this vaccination. I know, just because it’s quicker doesn’t mean it hasn’t been as thought out.'”
During the episode — which was filmed on March 6 — Korie raised her hand when requested who has not had the vaccine. However, she mentioned she’s “pro-vaccine,” particularly after her household’s COVID-19 scare in October. She famous how she realized vaccines are important in reaching herd immunity.
“I think that was kind of one of the things that was a big part of making the decision, for me, to get vaccinated,” she tells the digicam. “That idea of really understanding herd immunity.”
Korie continued, “Because if we don’t, the virus is going to continue, and it is going to start creating more and more variants ’cause that’s what viruses do. And then people who are vaccinated, the vaccines actually won’t work anymore.”
One of the members famous how there are conspiracy theories going round locally about getting vaccinated — however Willie is not paying a lot consideration to rumors.
“I’ve heard a lot of conspiracy theories [about vaccines],” Willie defined. “I think it’s just made up. One, because I’ve heard so many people say stuff about me, I’m like, ‘That’s not true!'”
Although it is unclear of Korie has been vaccinated but, she made her intent clear whereas speaking about her spiritual beliefs.
“You know, as Christians and believers we do feel like it’s not just about you and how it might affect you,” she shared. “It’s about how it might affect the person sittin’ next to you, or the person that you see at church or wherever you are, and so I think that’s a really big consideration for this.”
Willie agreed, including, “Really it comes from the heart of caring, you know, caring for our neighbor and loving our neighbor.”
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